Free One Year Trial of TriathlonLIVE

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Get your fix of historic triathlon action… for free

I’ve spoken previously on the site about the ITU’s subscription streaming service, TriathlonLIVE ( Significantly upgraded last year, it’s a fine service for a small outlay – for an annual, all-inclusive fee of around £25, for triathlon fans it’s a bargain.

Typically, you would get around 40 live-streamed races a year (which, clearly, isn’t going to happen in 2020…), but in addition, there is a huge archive of footage, including all of the ITU World Championship events going back to the first edition in 1989 (Avignon, France).

I recently renewed my own subscription (yes, not a media freebie…) before the Mooloolaba ITU World Cup event in Australia… which looks like it might be the last live coverage for a while. Following that event, World Triathlon extended that annual subscription through to the end of the 2021 season, which I though was a fine response to a difficult situation.

For a short time only, if you are not currently subscribed you can claim a FREE 365 Day Subscription – which should give you another resource to fill the void of triathlon content with some archive racing action, plus new content added.

Here is the offer from World Triathlon:

All around the world we are living in challenging times, to support we would like to offer a 365 DAY FREE TRIAL to – which will give you full access to triathlon and multisport content going back three decades, while at home.

This offer is for a limited time only. We hope will provide you with all the motivation to keep fit and inspired.

Start your 365 DAY FREE TRIAL today


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